Medical Writing Software for Medical Writers Software for translators

Volume 23, Issue 1 - Software for Medical Writers

Software for translators

Abstract

In recent years, a myriad of software has revolutionised the translation sector. This article presents a series of translation tools commonly used in the translation industry, depicting their main features and the way they have transformed the translation process from project assessment to delivering client-ready documentation. This article is written from a translator's perspective and aims at explaining how this software is included in the intricacy of a translation project.

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In this issue of Medical Writing
Message from the President
EMWA social media team
News from the EMA
Taming Microsoft Word®
The secrets of Microsoft Word®. Part I – ‘Find and Replace’ and en-dashes
Organising the review process in Microsoft Word®
Document templates for medical writers
Getting more out of PowerPoint®
Consolidated data analysis and presentation using an open-source add-in for the Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet software
Datavision™ – What do medical writers need to know?
Software for translators
Graphing software for medical writers
A medical writer's must-have software
Zotero: A free and open-source reference manager
Origin and development of English for Medical Purposes. Part I: Research on written medical discourse
Profile: An interview with Karina Ruth Tabacinic on some fundamental concerns of medical translation
A first-timer's perspective on the 2013 EMWA conference in Barcelona
English Grammar and Style
Regulatory Writing
The Webscout
Medical Communications
In the Bookstores
Manuscript Writing
Out On Our Own

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